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Brian David Kendrick was born on May 29, 1979 in Fairfax, Virginia. While in high school, he worked as a dishwasher in a pizza place to save money to attend wrestling school. In 1999, he flew to Texas to train at the NWA Southwest wrestling school and later attended the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy.

Kendrick made his debut as a professional wrestler on October 1999, in a match with American Dragon. Soon thereafter he was signed with WWF and spent a year in the company's Memphis Championship Wrestling, where he further trained. He was then released from his contract and wrestled in the premiere show of Ring of Honor, where he competed in promotions such as Heartland Wrestling Association and All Pro Wrestling.

Wwe Brian Kendrick
Wwe Brian KendrickIn 2002, Kendrick signed a contract with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and debuted in the January 2003 edition of Velocity. While there, he competed under different identities until he went up against John Cena, who eventually defeated him. He then left WWE to fulfill more independent promotions, promising that he would be back after completing them. He returned to ZERO1 and immediately immersed himself in the NWA International Lightweight Tag Team Championship. He also won the ZERO1-MAX United States Openweight Championship.
Wwe Brian Kendrick
Wwe Brian Kendrick
Wwe Brian KendrickReturning to WWE, Kendrick was defeated in the Fatal Four Way Match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. He later participated in the non-title match against WWE Tag Team Champions MNM in February 2006's Smackdown! In mid 2007, he was drafted to the Raw brand with London. The two then won their debut match against The World's Greatest Tag Team.
Wwe Brian Kendrick
Wwe Brian Kendrick
I think we’re all aware by now that with the exception of places like Ring of Honor, the Indy leagues and maybe in Japan and NWA, tag team wrestling is not what it used to be. The WWE have reduced their tag team division to mediocrity and TNA seems to have a hard-on for splitting up the teams they have. If you don’t believe me, look at Team 3-D and the past when they split up LAX and America’s Most Wanted. I thought that I would list the top ten tag teams that I’ve watched the last ten years that stood out and prove that tag teams can still exist even with the form of it not being what it was. Unlike the last blog post I wrote where I talked about wrestlers that I’ve seen the last ten years, this one I’ve taken the time to list them in the order that I felt they made the most impact. I’ve also taken the time to list who I feel is on the rise as well as an honorable mention.

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